Yes then the session id is stored in the url.
Normally the session id is stored in a cookie on the user's machine.
There is no difference if sessions are stored on the server or on a state
server as long as the page receives the session id from the client in one
form or another.
I'm not positive if there are any security repercussions if the session id
is in the url vs. a cookie.
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